Giacomo Infantino
Photographer

Giacomo Infantino was born in April ’93 in the province of Varese, he is currently majoring in New Technologies of art at the Accademia di Belle Arti of Brera in Milan. He approached pho- tography by observing and capturing natural landscapes. Today his research extends to the metamorphosis of the land- scape itself, his photographs enter the urban heart of the city and its suburbs, investigating human places and identity, also entering the daily habitat, the home. Night hours are mainly chosen to tell the essence of the places in which we live every day and that we often forget. The atmospheres are silent, almost eternal, surrounded by expressive and contrasting shades. Giacomo Infantino has the goal to create an anthropo- logical map, documenting and interpreting the places where he lives.

Giacomo Infantino
Photographer

Giacomo Infantino was born in April ’93 in the province of Varese, he is currently majoring in New Technologies of art at the Accademia di Belle Arti of Brera in Milan. He approached pho- tography by observing and capturing natural landscapes. Today his research extends to the metamorphosis of the land- scape itself, his photographs enter the urban heart of the city and its suburbs, investigating human places and identity, also entering the daily habitat, the home. Night hours are mainly chosen to tell the essence of the places in which we live every day and that we often forget. The atmospheres are silent, almost eternal, surrounded by expressive and contrasting shades. Giacomo Infantino has the goal to create an anthropo- logical map, documenting and interpreting the places where he lives.

  • Zanele Muholi
    Jun 6, 2024 – Jan 26, 2025
    Tate Modern
    London, UK
    Zanele Muholi is one of the most acclaimed photographers working today, and their work has been exhibited all over the world. With over 260 photographs, this exhibition presents the full breadth of their career to date. Muholi describes themself as a visual activist. From the early 2000s, they have documented and celebrated the lives of South Africa’s Black lesbian, gay, trans, queer and intersex communities. (more…)